When we think of Adam Smith, the great Scottish philosopher and economist, and his seminal book The Wealth of Nations, we are inclined to think of free markets, individual self-interest, and the invisible hand. However, reading another good book recently, How Markets Fail by John Cassidy, I was reminded there was a lot more to . . . → Read More: Bill Longstaff: More to Adam Smith and The Wealth of Nations than meets the neoliberal eye
Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s minister of international co-operation, Bev Oda, officially retires today. A sigh of relief! What a financial burden to the Canadian taxpayer the Conservative MP for the Ontario riding of Durham has been.
Oda earned the dubious honor of poster girl for misspending by Tory ministers: $1,000 a day limo rides; $665 . . . → Read More: Canadian Progressive World: So Long, Bev Oda! Please Stay Away From The Canadian Senate